Beautiful Flowers Drawn By Math Formulas, Not By Hand [Pics]

Beautiful Flowers Drawn By Math Formulas, Not By Hand [Pics]

Artist uses binary codes to create ever-growing flowers and vines.

Serena Chu
  • 15 november 2013

For over a decade, Daniel Brown has been manipulating digital plant genomes to cultivate flowers that are not dependent on sunlight and water. His computer-generated flowers are actually clusters of codes. He uses ones and zeros to create gorgeous roses, orchids, and imaginary floral blooms.

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